Renee Lachman
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Underlying our everyday lives is an amalgam of moments, a childhood suddenly recalled from a kitchen knob in just the right shade, shape and size, or ancestry questioned in a print or pattern.

The things I collect -- whether of plastic, paper, iron or fabric -- speak to me even before I begin to arrange them. Each object persists in its own way; each has its own history.

My art aims to assemble forgotten pieces into a harmonious whole, to capture time within a frame.